Lombard 2018-03-24T15:43:23+00:00

Lombard, Illinois, a suburb located in DuPage County also known as the “Lilac Village” is located about a 30-minute drive east of Chicago. Lombard is also home to the 1.5 million square foot Yorktown Shopping Center which draws many visitors from around the Chicagoland area.

Each year Lombard hosts the Lilac Parade that makes its way down Main Street. The Procession pasts an estimated crowd of 55,000+ spectators lining the parade route to view and cheer on local businesses, bands, and other parade participants.

Based on data from the U.S. Census, FBI, BLS, and others Lombard is ranked #18 on Niche.com as the best suburb in Illinois for Millennials to live. This grade takes into account key factors important to millennials, such as access to bars and restaurants, affordability, and job opportunities.

Real estate in Lombard has a median home value of $240,600.00. More than 72% of those who live in Lombard are homeowners and about 28% rent. To learn more information about Lombard neighborhoods, click here.

Meet the Orrico Team

James and Denise Orrico specialize in short sales, REO Properties, and traditional Residential Real Estate. They have successfully worked through industry challenges such as foreclosures and economic declines. The Orrico Team measure their success not only through awards and achievements but also more importantly through the satisfaction of their customers.

The Orrico Team is happy to provide the Lombard area with information on the process of residential real estate transactions. From the perspective of buyers and sellers, short sale, foreclosure assistance and information, and much-needed advice on how to avoid a foreclosure. Denise and James will be happy to help you with your real estate transactions whether you are in the market to buy or sell a home.

To learn more about the services the Orrico Team provide, please go to their services page here.

Please use the Illinois official source for information about public schools in the entire state. This source is a guide to help you become knowledgeable about the education for your children within DuPage County. Visit our School District page for helpful information regarding academic performance, school environment, educators, students, and highlights provided by principals.

Lombard is well known for their large indoor and outdoor shopping mall called the Yorktown Shopping Center. With a variety of retail stores to choose from and restaurants, their available amenities will make you feel like you never left home! Just to name a few: electric vehicle charging station, free wifi, mobile device charging station, wheelchairs, stroller rentals, lost & found, children’s play area and much more. At the Yorktown Shopping Center, you will find that you can dine, shop, watch movies, or catch an event happening all in one place.

More info for the Yorktown Shopping Center, click here.

Oak Brook sheds light on just about any attraction you can think of for any age. Whether you prefer Shakespeare theater outdoors, viewing a historical watermill surrounded by a forest preserve, bowl, or play golf, Oak Brook will provide you with enjoyable entertainment. A short list of the many attractions in Oak Brook:

Dr. William LeRoy House (Little Orphan Annie House)

Lilacia Park

Victorian Cottage Museum

Sheldon Peck Homestead

Enchanted Castle

AMC Theatres

DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau

According to NeighborhoodScout, property crime is the most common crime occurring in the Lombard area. Lombard has a crime index rating of 29. Although violent crime risk is higher than other towns similar in size, Lombard is still around 75% under the national average of violent crime risk. In Lombard, your chance of becoming a victim of a property crime is one in 46, which is a rate of 22 per one thousand population. Read more here.

The Lombard area is served by Metra’s Union Pacific/West Line, which runs from the Ogilvie Transportation Center out to Elburn, Illinois over the old Chicago and Northwestern Railway trackage. Lombard’s also served by I-88 / Illinois 110 and I-355 as well as Illinois Routes 38, 53, 56, and 64.

Seniors and residents with disabilities, please see the information on the Taxi Subsidy Program and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Reduced Fare Program for more information on the transportation services that may be available to you at a reduced rate.

Click here for Oak Brook Pace Bus info.